13. 05. 2019

VNL W: Poland national team final list announced

Source: pzps.pl; Photo: volleyball.world

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The coaching staff of Poland Women’s Volleyball national team, headed by Jacek Nawrocki, has chosen 25 players for the 2019 FIVB Nations League.


 

Poland head coach Jacek Nawrocki and his staff revealed the final list of players that will take part in the 2019 FIVB Volleyball Nations League and in all other tournaments in which the national team will compete this year.

Nawrocki decided to cross out these five players from the preliminary list: Aleksandra Wójcik, Aleksandra Krzos, Katarzyna Zaroślińska-Król, Gabriela Polańska, and Anna Stencel. For each of the weekends in the Nations League, which will start for Poland on May 21 against Italy at home in Opole, the head coach Jacek Nawrocki will be able to register 14 players.

The 25-player list of Poland Women:

Setters: Alicja Grabka (E.Leclerc Radomka Radom), Julia Nowicka (BKS Profi Credit Bielsko-Biała), Marlena Pleśnierowicz (Chemik Police), Joanna Wołosz (Imoco Volley Conegliano, ITA), Marta Wójcik (ŁKS Commercecon Łódź)

Opposite hitters: Monika Bociek (ŁKS Commercecon Łódź), Martyna Łukasik (Chemik Police), Malwina Smarzek (Zanetti Bergamo, ITA), Magdalena Stysiak (Grot Budowlani Łódź)

Middle blockers: Klaudia Alagierska (ŁKS Commercecon Łódź), Weronika Centka (Grot Budowlani Łódź), Zuzanna Efimienko-Młotkowska (ŁKS Commercecon Łódź), Małgorzata Jasek (DPD Legionovia Legionowo), Agnieszka Kąkolewska (Èpiù Pomì Casalmaggiore, ITA), Kamila Witkowska (Developres SkyRes Rzeszów)

Outside hitters: Zuzanna Górecka (DPD Legionovia Legionowo), Martyna Grajber(Chemik Police), Natalia Mędrzyk (Chemik Police), Emilia Mucha (BKS Profi Credit Bielsko-Biała), Natalia Murek (#VolleyWrocław), Olivia Różański (BKS Profi Credit Bielsko-Biała), Julia Twardowska (Grot Budowlani Łódź)

Liberos: Monika Jagła (Bank Pocztowy Pałac Bydgoszcz), Paulina Maj-Erwardt (BKS Profi Credit Bielsko-Biała), Maria Stenzel (Grot Budowlani Łódź)

 

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